I haven't done any cartooning lately, because I've been spending my time working on editing my old movies, and producing photographs. I don't anticipate any new cartoons for awhile.
My ultimate goal is to produce a total of 100 strips to make into a book.
I'm sorry, I don't have the time to cartoon and do photography work together. I advise checking in once a month to see if there have been any updates.
Here is a recent photo I just finished working on, called 'Atrium View: Weeping Cherry Blossoms'.
Wednesday, May 11
All the talk about rights and privileges is obscuring the essential issues of buying your health and life. Can you afford to be sick, can you afford to save yourself from an untimely death? According to most experts, health care costs will continue to escalate, no matter what we do. It's enough to make somebody sick.
Posted by Richard Fay at 6:16 PM
Thursday, April 28
Our driver and guide was 'Buffalo' Phil. You can tell the difference between a faux cowboy and a real one, not by the boots and the hat, nor the vest and jean jacket, but by the bandana. Evidently, nice guys wear bandanas.
'Buffalo' Phil said he shot President Reagan, then explained he had been a photo-journalist for a local paper. You see, humor is still much a part of the old west.
Our mighty Jeep was capable of roughly 50 mph maximum speed, so on the interstate going up to the Air Force Academy, we were passed on all sides by motorists enjoying our flapping side curtains, and our possible discomfort in the unexpected snow squall that had broken out suddenly. Or perhaps they were just enjoying Phil's spiffy bandana.
Posted by Richard Fay at 8:33 AM
Sunday, April 24
Ah, with another religious holiday, Charlie appears: this time his earthly fondness for candy has gotten the better of him. Is this perhaps the work of the Devil? He would not likely think so.
His mixup of Christmas and Easter greetings, in this case, actually fits. In any case, have a Happy Easter.
Posted by Richard Fay at 12:30 AM
Thursday, April 21
Looks like everyone wants to get into the act. Perhaps some people are cut out for poetry, and some are not. Anyway, Ivan has some nice thoughts, and what's wrong with that?
Tech Note: I used my newly purchased favorite 0.6 mm pen, which is impossible to buy without buying a set of four other sizes, which I don't need.
Posted by Richard Fay at 1:15 AM
Tuesday, April 19
I just found out I have an eye allergy, and the new eye drops I've been prescribed have relieved the symptoms from which I've had for years. I didn't know I had an allergy. Better late than never, though.
Posted by Richard Fay at 4:20 PM